- Jul 30, 2018
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Here's a link to the FreeFlightPro User Guide. Flight Plan instructions begin on page 59: FreeFlightPro_User-guide_EN.pdfI really wish someone or Parrot had some good documentation on all the options for Flight Planner and how to use them. I know there are some videos showing a few things but I like to have a PDF to read.
For some reason Parrot changed how this works with their later firmware/software updates, but you can still change this. Go back to your flight plan and click on the icon at the top right that looks like two vertical lines with dots on them. That will open up the Plan Options which allows you to turn off auto-landing at the last waypoint. It will also allow you to make all of your waypoints progressive (meaning the drone will transition smoothly from waypoint to waypoint instead of stopping at each one).Ya I watched yours last week and it gave me a better understanding of how it all works. Thanks for the link to the PDF, trouble is Flight plan they have for the Anafi is missing a few Icons at the top. Not a big deal but land and take off seem to be hard coded with no options to change from what I can tell.
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What are the advantages to using this firmware over the Free Flight Pro?It really takes some excellent footage for the money/size.
Have you experimented with using the Bebop2 with ArduCopter firmware instead of the Parrot firmware?
ArduCopter is a constantly evolving/improving flight control stack, so there's that. It also makes the Bebop2 speak standard "mavlink", so you can use other GroundControlStations without issue, meaning that survey/planning/etc become both free and more capable.What are the advantages to using this firmware over the Free Flight Pro?
Awesome! Glad you're enjoying them, I appreciate you for watching.What are the advantages to using this firmware over the Free Flight Pro?
Oh..and Gadget Inspector...thanks for all your informative videos.... I've watched many of them and they're very helpful! One of the reasons I'm buying the Bebop 2 Power.
I love your reviews! Great channel!Even though the Anafi is a serious upgrade over the Bebop 2, for those of us that can't afford one yet the BB2 is a great option. Due to the price drop, I would argue that it's the best "budget" GPS drone out there. Here's my most recent flight plan with graded footage.